Local D.C. attractions can often get eclipsed by well-known sites like the Washington Mall. Experience a different D.C. when you visit spots like the National Capitol Columns, the Brewmaster’s Castle and Riggs Library with stunning views of the city.
Founded after the American Revolution, Washington, D.C. is the celebrated capital of the U.S. Since political history is made here daily, travelers get an endless range of things to see and do. From the National Mall and its historical landmarks, including the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument and U.S. Capitol, to the many Smithsonian Museums that are all free for the public the enjoy. When the official sightseeing is over, be sure to check out the local restaurants, stunning parks and hip neighborhoods like Georgetown, Dupont Circle and the Capitol Riverfront district.